The Bali provincial state museum is one of the oldest museums in Bali and has a display of over 10,000 items in the place. There is an amazing array of prehistoric artifacts and works of art and weaponry that will stun you. The museum is built in a traditional Balinese architecture and has royal pavilions with beautiful carvings. There are galleries filled with ceramics bearing ancient inscriptions including tools and bronze pieces. The northern royal pavilion is modeled on a Tabanan palace which gives a view of traditional textiles and masks used in the Balinese ceremonies and dance forms.
Known for: Architecture, prehistoric artifacts and ceramic inscriptions
How to reach: Take east from Puputan Square in Denpasar
Timings: Mon-Thu 08:00 - 15:00, Fri 08:00 - 12:30
Approximate Charges: They charge INR 50-100 per person